GMAT Test Center in Pakistan

You MUST present acceptable and valid identification (ID), as described below, to be admitted to the test center. You must present your passport book as your identification in Pakistan. What follows is a list of essential items you'll need to bring with you to the Test Center.

There are three GMAT centers in Pakistan:

  • Islamabad
  • Lahore
  • Karachi
  • Acceptable identification as described in Presenting Proper Identification - In Pakistan a valid passport required for the proof of identification of the test taker.
  • The names of the MBA Programs to which you would like to send your GMAT scores. For example, LUMS, IBA, or GIKI.
  • The appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE. However, if you do not have your confirmation letter—or were not issued a confirmation letter—you will still be allowed to test if you have a scheduled appointment.

Items Not Permitted During the Test Session: No testing aids are permitted during the test session or during breaks, and there is limited space for you to store your personal belongings. Testing aids include but are not limited to the following:

  • Telephones, cellular (mobile) phones, or other communication devices
  • Notes, Scratch paper
  • Calculators or watch calculators, Watches, stop watches, or watch alarms
  • Personal data assistants (PDAs)
  • Beepers or pagers, Photographic devices, Stereos or radios, Any other electronic devices that could aid testing
  • Books or pamphlets, Dictionaries, translators, or thesauri, Pens or any other writing utensils
  • Rulers or any other measuring devices

Noteboards

The administrator will provide you with a booklet of five (5) noteboards at the start of your test. If you fill these noteboards during your test, you may request replacements by raising your hand. You may not remove these noteboards from the testing room at any time. Every noteboard must be returned at the end of the test session. You may not take your own noteboard into the testing room.